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					                Antioch Public Library District
                                                                                                         2011


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                                             Summer 2011 Illuminator
           Mark Your Calendar For The Celebration!
                                The Board of Trustees and Library Staff
                                 cordially invite the entire community
                                to join them in four days of celebration.
                             Thursday, August 4 through Sunday, August 7
                                Celebration Kick-Off - Thursday, August 4
                                     Jeannie B! & The Jelly Beans
                                            1:00 to 2:00 p.m.
“Jeanie B! and The Jelly Beans is one of hottest acts on the kids’ music circuit today. As a recent recipient of a Parents’
Choice Recommended Award and a Parent to Parent Adding Wisdom Award, Jeanie B! is on a roll...a rock n’ roll, that is.”

                                     Mystic Soul Concert and Car Show
                                             5:00 to 6:00 p.m.
Mystic Soul is a rock and blues band that plays originals and covers mainly from the 60s and 70s. Enjoy this outdoor concert
and view some classic cars in the library parking lot.
                                                           Friday, August 5
                  Stop in and take part in daily walk-in activities or bring a group and take the self guided Mystery Tour!

                        Saturday, August 6 at 1:00 p.m.                     Sunday, August 7 at 2:00 p.m.
                          Cutting of the cake and ice cream social.         US Navy Brass Ambassadors
                                 Summer Reading Program                  Bring lawn chairs and enjoy the rousing tunes
                             Basket Winners will be announced!           of the US Navy Brass Ambassadors. They will
                                                                         perform classical compositions, Dixieland, and
                              Walk-In activities will take place          march arrangements under the front Veranda.
                               throughout the library all day!
                                    CHECK THE ONLINE CALENDAR FOR A FULL LIST OF ACTIVITIES

                                         •    Mini Day Camp                          •   Antioch Friends
          INSIDE                         •    Read to the Dog                        •   Computer Courses
                                         •    Summer Reading Program                 •   TREC: for Teens
         This Issue                      •    Civil War Tribute                      •   Children’s Theatre
                                         •    Summer Music                           •   Crafting

                 Antioch Public Library District • 757 North Main Street • Antioch, Illinois 60002
                                         847-395-0874 • www.apld.info
                                Hours: Monday - Thursday 9:00 a.m. - 9:00 p.m.
                    Friday and Saturday 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. • Sunday 1:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.
                                ANTIOCH
                                LIBRARY
                                FRIENDS
       Please Donate
Scrapbooking Materials & Ribbon
The Friends are embarking on a project to make custom
bookmarks and need supplies. They would be happy to receive
any scrapbooking supplies - papers, scissors, or stamps - that
are no longer need. Donations may be left at the Circulation     The Macy’s Museum Adventure Pass program provides free
Desk. The Friends are also looking for 1 inch fabric ribbon.     admission to 17 unique cultural destinations throughout the
                                                                 Chicago area to library card holders at over 140 suburban
                                                                 public libraries. This special opportunity is made possible
  Silent Auction Items Needed!                                   by a generous contribution from Macy’s, the participating
Every month the Friends auctions off several book sets and
                                                                 cultural organizations, and the newly formed Reaching
two non-book items through monthly Silent Auctions. The
                                                                 Across Illinois Library System (RAILS).
auction items are displayed in the front hall and Used Book
Shop in glass cases. There is a desperate need for more non-
                                                                 Card holders of the Antioch Public Library District may
book items to auction. Items can be goods or services from
                                                                 obtain a pass to one of the participating destinations by
businesses, handmade items, or any unused item. Do you
                                                                 visiting the Adult Reference desk. For more information
have gifts that you received but were never crazy about?
                                                                 check out the link to the Museum Adventure Pass on the
Someone may like it! Please consider donating them to The
                                                                 library web page at www.apld.info.
Friends. Just drop off items at the Circulation Desk marked
for the Antioch Library Friends - please include a name and
number so a thank you can be sent. Businesses can include
information on their business to be displayed in the glass        AMATEUR PHOTO CONTEST
auction case during the month.
                                                                    This contest will be open to children ages 7-12.
              A Big Thank You                                                                   Submissions will be
The May Curbside Donation Drop-Off day was a big success.                                       accepted in JPEG format
The Friends wish to thank everyone that donated. Please keep                                    via e-mail from June
those donations coming year round. Used books, videos,                                          1, 2011 through June
and CDs may be given to the clerks at the Circulation Desk.                                     30, 2011. Photographs
Proceeds from used book sales benefit your library!                                              can be emailed to
                                                                                                kidsread@apld.info.
          Mark Your Calendars                                                                   Photographs must be
                                                                                                suitable to a family
             Fall Book Sale                                                                     environment. Selected
                                                                                                photographs will be
            October 7, 8 & 9                                                                    displayed      in    the
                                                                                                Library’s Children’s
The Antioch Library Friends are already making plans for
                                                                                                Department from July
their Fall Book Sale. They are making some changes this
                                                                 1, 2011 through July 31, 2011. Contest winners will
year. The Fall Book Sale will be held inside the library (not
                                                                 be announced on Monday, August 1, 2011. Guardians of
on the veranda) and they will have a Members Only Pre-sale
                                                                 contestants must sign an agreement form when submitting
for Antioch Library Friends members!
                                                                 their photograph. The rules and agreement form can be
The Pre-sale will be Thursday, October 6 from 5 to 9 p.m.        obtained and downloaded from the Antioch Public Library
                                                                 Districts website, www.apld.info, or picked up from the
To become a member, pick up a brochure in the Friends’ Used
                                                                 Children’s Department’s reference desk.
Book Shop or ask for one at the Circulation Desk.
BOOK A TRIP TO YOUR LIBRARY THIS SUMMER!
                                             Participate in the Summer Reading Program and traveling the
                                             world will be only as far as the library.

                                             Summer reading programs are a wonderful way to explore the
                                             world and find new interests. Family reading promotes literacy
                                             and gives family members a chance to discuss new ideas, as well
                                             as personal time to interact with one another.

                                             Novel Destinations is the theme for adult readers this summer.
                                             Planning a trip this summer? Earn some points by researching
                                             the destination first. Audiobooks are great for the whole family
                                             during a road trip and when away, the library’s subscription to
                                             www.mediamall.net is available for card members to upload more
                                             reading material to an e-reader or other portable device.

                                      Raffle baskets are back and expect to see new ones arrive
Registration for all reading programs throughout the summer. For those that read beyond the extra
 may be done in person or online at reading goals there will be a Grand Prize of a GPS to be given to
           www.apld.info              one lucky reader.

Registration for the Children’s reading
 program may also be done by phone
           at 847-395-0874

            You Are Here reading program for teens brings with
            it a host of activities to enhance every teens summer.

            Of course there will be teen raffle baskets again and
            this year the grand prize for one lucky reader will be
            an Apple iPod Touch. Want more chances to win one
            of the raffle baskets? Attend library programs! Teens
            will get one raffle ticket every time they attend a pro-
            gram this summer.




                                                             Kids ages 1-12 can start logging their reading
                                                             on June 18 this summer and are encouraged
                                                             to continue reading even after they have
                                                             reached their goal to earn entries into raffles
                                                             for some exciting prizes.
           For all Reading Programs
        Midpoint check in begins June 25
             Program ends July 31
                  All programs are for ages 3-12 unless otherwise noted. Registration is required.
Registration begins the first of each month and includes programs within the first week of the following month.
                 Registration is taken online at www.apld.info or by calling 847-395-0874 option 3


                                                                          WALK-IN STORY TIME
                                                                                         Ages 3-5
                     LEGO JR.
                        Ages 5-8                                                Mondays at 10:00 a.m.
                 Monday - 3:30 p.m.                                                  June 13 & 27
                     June 13                                                         July 11 & 25
                     July 18                                                           August 8

                                                                                 Fridays at 10:00 a.m.
                  LEGO MANIA                                                        June 10 & 24
                      Ages 7 - 12                                                    July 8 & 22
         Tuesday, June 21 at 3:00 p.m.                                              August 5 & 26
        Wednesday, July 6 at 11:00 a.m.                         Children will be expected to come into the storytime room
        Monday, August 8 at 2:00 p.m.                           without a caregiver and listen quietly while books are being
                                                                read. No registration is taken for Walk-In Story Times.


              READ TO THE DOG                                                   BABY BOUNCE
                                                                       Ages newborn to 18 months with caregiver
                 IS BACK!!!
                                                                                     At 11:00 a.m.
                                                                                        June 13
                                                                                        July 18
                                                                                      August 15

                                                                                    TINY TOTS
                                                                          Ages 15 to 36 months with caregiver.
                                                                               June 20 at 10:00 a.m.
                                                                                July 7 at 6:30 p.m.
                                                                              August 29 at 10:00 a.m.

                Tuesday sessions                                               TODDLER TIME
        starting at 6:30 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.                                Ages 24 to 42 months with caregiver.
         June 21 & 28 and July 12 & 19                                            At 11:00 a.m.
Certified therapy teams from Rainbow Therapy will                              June 14 “Father’s Day”
provide dogs and serve as reading companions for children                       July 19 “Summer”
six to twelve who want to practice their reading skills.
Please call the Children’s Department at 395-0874 x3 to
schedule a fifteen minute reading slot. Parents will need to
sign a permission slip prior to their child’s session. To find
                                                                MOVIE MANIA
                                                                                “Gnomeo & Juliet”
out more about Rainbow Animal Assisted Therapy go to                       Saturday, June 4 - 2:00 p.m.
their website at http://www.rainbowaat.org                                      84 min. - Rated G
  Online registration will not be available for this event.      Outside food and drink are permitted at this event.
               BOOK DISCUSSION
                           Ages 7-12                                            ART BOX
                    At 6:30 p.m.
     June 27 - Chasing Vermeer by Blue Balliett                                 CLAY ROBOTS
     July 25 - Regarding the Trees by Kate Klise                                   Ages 6-12
                  August 15 - TBA                                            June 14 at 2:00 p.m.
                                                                                   OWL PIN
                         POETRY                                                   Ages 6 & UP
                           Ages 7-12                                         June 16 at 6:30 p.m.
                     At 4:00 p.m.
            June 8 - Alliteration & Rhyme                                      FOLD-A-FRIEND
                                                                                   Ages 7-12
July 20 - How I Spent My Summer Vacation: A Poem
                                                                             June 20 at 6:30 p.m.
                  August 24 - TBA
                                                                        COLOR YOUR OWN WALLET
                 FOR OLDER KIDS                                                   Ages 6 & UP
                           Ages 7-12                                         June 22 at 6:30 p.m.
            PAPER AIRPLANE CHALLENGE
                                                                               BEACH CRAFT
                June 17 at 2:00 p.m.
                                                                                  Ages 7 & UP
                                                                             June 23 at 6:30 p.m.
                ORIGAMI STORYTELLING
                  June 22 at 2:00 p.m.                                   FRIENDSHIP BRACELETS
                                                                                   Ages 7-12
              LUNCH AND A MOVIE                                               July 7 at 2:00 p.m.
             Bring a lunch to the library & enjoy it                          MAGAZINE BOWL
            while watching a special movie showing!                                Ages 7-12
                                                                             July 11 AT 6:30 p.m.
             All Shows Begin at 12:00 p.m.
                                                                             JUICE BOX DOLLS
For Preschoolers: Nickelodeon’s “Animal Friends”                                  Ages 6 & UP
                June 6 - 60 min. - Not Rated                                 July 21 at 6:30 p.m.
                        “Yogi Bear”                                    COLOR YOUR OWN ID POUCH
                June 8 - 80 min. - Rated PG                                       Ages 6 & UP
                                                                             July 26 at 6:30 p.m.
                    “Gulliver’s Travels”
                                                                            LOCKER ORGANIZER
               June 23 - 85 min. - Rated PG
                                                                                   Ages 7-12
              “Star Wars IV: A New Hope”                                       July 29 at 2 p.m.
                July 13 - 125 min. Rated PG                                  MAKE STATIONARY
                                                                                   Ages 7-12
                  “My Neighbor Totoro”                                        August 1 at 2 p.m.
                 July 26 - 88 min. - Rated G
                                                                         PAINTED CERAMIC BANK
                   “Mars Needs Moms”                                              Ages 6 & UP
               August 15 - 88 min. - Rated G                                August 4 at 6:30 p.m.
                                                                        KNITTING FOR BEGINNERS
              No registration taken for movie events.
                                                                                   Ages 7-12
         Space is limited to a first-come, first-serve basis.
                                                                            August 8 at 6:30 p.m.
 The library does not provide food or beverage for movie events.


Registration begins the first of each month and includes programs within the first week of the following month.
         Library programs are in high demand. If you register for a program and need to cancel, please call:
          Children’s Reference Department 847-395-0874 - Option 3 - All activities are subject to change.
        LET US ENTERTAIN YOU
                           TRULY REMARKABLE LOON
                           READ BOOKS AND JUGGLE EVERYTHING ELSE
                           Wednesday, June 15
                           Two Performance Times: 11:00 a.m. and 1:00 p.m.
                           Kick off the 2011 Summer Reading Program with the rousing Read Books and
                           Juggle Everything Else. TR Loon will amuse and amaze as he juggles every-
                           thing from tennis balls to bean bag chairs. Don’t miss this one!




 Charlie and the
Chocolate Factory
Monday, June 20
Two Performance Times: 11:00 a.m. and 1:00 p.m.
Emerald City Theatre is back! Good-hearted Charlie Bucket unwraps
one of the five coveted lucky golden tickets, winning a chance to enter
Willy Wonka’s mysterious chocolate factory. Surrounded by candy
wonders, Oompa Loompas, and four outrageous other children,
Charlie and his grandfather head on an adventure of pure imagination!

                                                                   Rob Erdmann presents:

                                Animals                            One World, Many Stories
                                                                   Monday, July 25 at 7:00pm
                               on the Go                           A celebration of the end of our summer reading
                                                                   program; this show is a combination of magic,
                              Thursday, June 30                    puppets, storytelling, and audience participation.
                                  7:00 p.m.

                      Ssspend an evening with a
                      boa constrictor and a few
                      other critters. Meet and
 learn about a variety of animals, many that can
 be found right here in Lake County.

Registration is required for all show performances. All ages are welcome unless otherwise noted. When registering for a performance
             please be sure to include everyone who will be attending, adults and infants need to be counted. Thank You!
                                          Teen events are for ages 12-19
                                   and require registration unless otherwise noted.

           FUN AT THE LIBRARY
                                                                            TEEN GAMING TIME
          Real Japan for Anime Fans
                                                                            Kinect Sports Olympics
                  June 14 at 7:00 p.m.
                                                                 Take home the gold medal in the Kinect Olympics!
The worlds found in Japanese manga and anime are fascinating.
                                                                 Compete in two events: soccer and beach volleyball.
But the real Japan is just as weird and wonderful! Learn about
                                                                 Prizes for the winning team!
the Hadaka Matsuri, a Buddhist festival in which thousand of
                                                                             Tuesday, June 21 at 6:30 p.m.
men fight for holy sticks. Come along with James Kennedy
on the pilgrimage to 88 temples of Shikoku. Explore the neon              Kinect & Wii Open Gaming
streets of Tokyo and tour the temples of Kyoto. Participants     Calling all gamers! Play any Wii or XBox 360 Kinect
will also learn some elementary Japanese phrases, and how to     game on the big screen during open gaming! Games must
write their name in Japanese characters.                         be ESRB rated Teen or younger. Snacks will be provided!
                                                                            Saturday, July 16 at 2:30 p.m.
           Iron Chef Teen Challenge                                       Thursday, August 18 at 6:30 p.m.
                  June 25 at 2:30 p.m.
It’s a show off of skills at the Teen Iron Chef snack battle!
Teams of 3-4 teens will battle each other in creating a healthy
                                                                        Cast Off: Knitting for Teens
snack within the allotted amount of time. The winning snack     Learn the basics of knitting: how to cast on, knit, purl
will be chosen by a panel of judges. Register early, as spaces and cast off, while creating stylish gear.
are limited! Family and friends are invited to be the audience.    All classes are from 2:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m.

                   Summer Scrap                                  Friday Dates:                   June 10 & June 24
                                                                                                 July 8 & July 22
                  July 15 at 2:00 p.m.                           Saturday Date:                  August 13
Preserve summer photo memories with a scrapbook! Bring
4 to 6 photos to construct two 12” x 12” pages. All other
supplies are provided.

                                                                             CHESS & COOKIES
                  Duct Tape Mania                                                      Tuesdays
Lots of fun with two dates for making Duct Tape creations!
                                                                                 Starting at 6:30 p.m.
   Walk-In - August 4 - 2:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m.
Visit the lower level of the library to create whatever can be
                                                                                         June 7
thought of out of duct tape. Patterns and materials will be                              July 5
provided. No registration required.                                                     August 9

The Basics - August 16 - 6:30 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.              Yeah, school’s out, which leaves more time to practice
Learn the basic steps to making duct tape creations in this chess skills! Chess players of all skill levels will have a
workshop. Instruction will be given on making duct tape night of fun, snacks, showing off their skills and learning
fabric, links, strips, and more. Everyone will also have the new ones from other players.
opportunity to make a duct tape item of their choice.                   This is a family & teen program.
                                                                          Ages 8 and up are welcome.
TREC: Teen Read Exchange and Comment
Don’t read the same books over and over again. TREC is the place to check out and discover new books with a
different theme each week!
No registration is necessary.
                TREC 1                                                     Dates for both programs are:
              Ages 12-14
         2:00 p.m. to 2:45 p.m.                                                    Monday, June 20
                                                                                   Tuesday June 28
                TREC 2                                                              Tuesday July 5
              Ages 15-19                                                            Monday July 11
         3:00 p.m. to 3:45 p.m.                                                     Monday July 18


     TWO SAFE SITTER CLASSES OFFERED THIS SUMMER!
 Would you know what to do when a child is choking? Would you know how to call 911? Safe Sitters learn
 these things and more. This nationally recognized program teaches sitters ages 11-13 how to have fun with
 children, and how to recognize and respond to medical emergencies. A $25 fee is required at the time of
 registration, and the sitter must be 11 years old on the day of class. Please bring a sack lunch. Each class is one
 day only. Registration begins 5/1.

                                   Class 1: July 12 - 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.

                                   Class 2: July 14 - 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.




                                                       Mini Day Camp
                                               Back by popular demand a special week for teens ages 12-15!

                                                          Explore the world without leaving town!
                                               Every afternoon teens will explore a different part of the globe
                                                              with crafts, games and snacks.

                                             Registration and a fee of $15 is required for this five day program.

                                                  Monday, June 13 through Friday, June 17

                                                                1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m.
                                  ADULT COMPUTER CLASSES

Registration for computer classes starts on the 1st of each month for the following month. Registration is required
for all computer classes. Please arrive ten minutes early so that class may start on time.


         MS Excel 2007 - Part 1 & 2                                               E-Mail Coach
    Wednesday, June 8 & 15 - 7:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.                               Wednesday, July 27
Registering for Part 1 automatically registers participants                         Saturday, July 30
for Part 2.                                                   Make a half-hour appointment to set up and learn more
PART 1: Excel is a spreadsheet program used for               about email, including Yahoo! mail and Gmail. Staff will
automating calculations, creating charts, forms, and          help in setting up an account and going through the basics.
more. This class will introduce: Creating a new workbook,     For those that already have an account, staff can help
entering and editing text and numbers, inserting and          you manage it, send attachments, and assist with limiting
deleting columns and rows, and much more as time              spam mail. (Unfortunately, MS Outlook is only supported
permits. Prerequisite: MS Office 2007 Basics                   on personal computers and not the library computers.
PART 2: This class is designed to expand on what you          Therefore staff will not be able to provide assistance in this
learned in Excel 2007, Part 1. The following operations       program.)
will be covered: Retrieving a saved worksheet, redo/undo,     Prerequisite: Ability to use the computer mouse.
copy/cut/paste, moving cell contents, basic formulas,
changing column width and row height, and insert/delete/      Computer Seminars
merge cells.
Prerequisite: MS Excel 2007, Part 1                                Basic Home Computer Security
                                                                    Thursday, August 4 - 7:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.
 Photo Editing with Picasa - Part 1 & 2                       This class is intended to help in understanding the reasons
    Saturday, June 11 & 25 - 9:15 a.m. to 10:15 a.m.          why basic security measures are so important and the
   Wednesday, June 22 & 29 - 7:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.           options that are available. There’s no need to be a victim
This is a two part class on using the Picasa photo editing    of a computer virus, spyware, or even worse identity theft.
software from Google. This free photo editing program         Come and see how to begin to make every day computing
can be downloaded from Google by anyone with a                more safe and secure.
computer and internet access. In this class learn how to
crop, improve, remove red eye from photos, and use other
photo editing techniques.                                           Basic Home Network Security
Prerequisite: Participants must set up and register a free                    Thursday, July 28 - 7:00
Google (Gmail) account before the first class.                 Have an Internet Broadband or DSL connection? Is the
                                                              home network secure from unwelcome visitors? Know how
         Using Picasa Web Albums                              to best lock down the home network? Attend this session
      Wednesday, July 6 - 7:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.              describing the basic features to securing a home network.
       Saturday, July 9 - 9:15 a.m. to 10:15 a.m.             Don’t leave the door open to strangers.
Learn how to create online photo albums using Google’s
free Picasa software. Picasa is a better way to share
photos than attaching them to an e-mail. Learn how to
                                                              Computer Coach
                                                              One-on-one instruction in getting started with e-mail, word
create virtual photo albums on a PC, and upload to albums
                                                              processing, or other computer skills in any of the areas
on Google’s Web site.
                                                              that are presently offered in the library computer classes.
Prerequisite: Photo Editing Fun with Picasa or proficient
                                                              Computer coaching sessions are offered on Thursday
use of Picasa photo editing software.
                                                              evenings. Please call the library or check the website
                                                              for specific dates and to reserve a spot. Use the library’s
                 E-Reader Coach                               computer or bring a personal laptop. Please be aware
                   Wednesday, July 20
                                                              that Computer coaching sessions are limited to one
           Appointments beginning at 6:30 p.m.
                                                              session per person per month due to the popularity of
                    Saturday, July 23
                                                              this program.
           Appointments beginning at 9:00 a.m.
Confused about how to use the library’s e-resources to
                                                              New in August the Computer Coach classes will also be
download books? Sign up for a one-on-one 30 minute,
                                                              offered on Wednesday evenings and Saturday mornings.
E-Reader coaching session. With the exception of
                                                              Check the online calendar for times at www.apld.info.
Amazon Kindle, many e-readers can be used with the
                                                              Then call to sign-up for a session.
library’s online downloadables.
                            Adult Happenings
        LET US ENTERTAIN YOU                                              ASSISTANCE PROGRAMS
     Brian Kabat - Elvis Impersonator                                 U of I Extension Master Gardeners’
                  July 10 at 2:00 p.m.                                            Plant Clinic
Elvis would have been 76 years old this year. While “Elvis                         June 21 & August 30
is no longer in the building,” enjoy his music and style with                     10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.
this Elvis Impersonator and get “all shook up.” Bring a chair      Experiencing troublesome insects and weeds in the garden?
for this concert presented under the veranda. This program         University of Illinois Extension Master Gardeners will be
is sponsored by the Antioch Library Friends.                       available to help answer gardening questions. They can
                                                                   identify disease, insect, and weed problems. Bring questions
            Southern Italy Travelogue                              and plant, weed, or insect samples (fresh and sealed in a
                  July 14 at 7:00 p.m.                             plastic bag or container) to the main lobby of the library.
Italy’s south boasts great archeological gems and strange          Walk-ins welcome any time between 10:00 a.m. and 2:00
sights, sun-drenched towns and Europe’s most crowded city,         p.m. to talk with the Master Gardeners.
hair-raising drives to cliff side villages. From Adriatic fishing
towns to the Amalfi coast, animated Napoli to charming                             Career After Age 50
Capri, perfect beach resorts to mighty Vesuvius guarding its                        June 23 at 7:00 p.m.
kill, ancient Greek temples to igloos built of stone. Come         Determining a career direction after age 50 depends on one’s
explore the colors and contrasts of this fascinating land.         motivations and needs. This seminar will address continuing
Presenter: Ralph Danielsen                                         and redirecting a career based on individual objectives. The
                                                                   material will focus on career continuation, changes and
            Kitchen Globe Trotting                                 dealing effectively with the myths that need to be overcome
           With The Food Mercenary                                 as a senior job seeker.
                  July 18 at 7:00 p.m.
Chef Michael Niksic will demonstrate a New Age Polish
                                                                          Consulting As A Career Option
dish, an Italian ciabbata bread with topping, an Indian                             July 21 at 7:00 p.m.
saffron couscous, and a Chinese stir-fry satay dish to enjoy.      Many professionals and managers dream about being an
There is a $1 tasting fee payable at the door.                     independent consultant and using their skills and knowledge
                                                                   to assist many employers rather than just work for one.
                     Houdini                                       This seminar will address the positives and the negatives of
                                                                   working independently. It will give the novice entrepreneur
              His Life & His Legend                                and the experienced consultant the details needed to make
                 August 1 at 7:00 p.m.                             the decision to act and how to build a business model.
Houdini was the most famous man of his time. Eighty years
after his death, Houdini is still the most famous name in
                                                                              Competencies vs. Skills
magic. One of the most written about figures of the 20th
century, he is an inspiration to generations of children who                      August 11 at 7:00 p.m.
dare to dream of the impossible.                                   Representing job skills specific to a former company,
                                                                   occupation, or industry are common. This limits the ability
In “Houdini His Life & His Legend,” presenter William              in seeking a broader audience for our talents. Competencies
Pack uses storytelling and historical magic recreations to         span nearly all companies, industries, and corporate
go beyond the myth and bring to life the true story of this        environments. This seminar helps identify competencies and
American icon.                                                     how to use them in a job search.


         Registration is required for all Antioch Public Library District programs unless otherwise noted.
        For more information or to register contact APLD at 847-395-0874 or go online at www.apld.info.
                              TRIBUTE TO THE CIVIL WAR

                             Two Voices from the Civil War
                                    Thursday, June 9 at 7:00 p.m.

                         Steve Quick and Phil Lauricella’s first-person accounts of
                         two common Civil War soldiers speak volumes about the
                         loneliness, humor and horror of four years that changed
                         America forever.


                                         A Civil War
                                         Music Show
                                         Sunday, June 12 at 2:00 p.m.
                                         A vocal-instrumental duo who perform toe tapping sing-along favorites from
                                         America’s Civil War era. Everyone is sure to enjoy this lively performance with
                                         historic content. This concert will be perfomed outside under the veranda.




                                       Tribute to the Civil War
                                     RG Productions-Radio Show
                                           Thursday, June 16 at 7:00 p.m.
 RG Production’s goal is bringing authentic Old Time Radio classics to the greater Kenosha community and beyond!
 They’ve come up with a terrific set of shows for our Civil War performance. There will be two 30 minute shows. “Loyal
 Lady” from 1951 and “Abraham Lincoln, The War Years” from 1940. Both performances are from the highly rated,
 historically accurate show “Cavalcade of America,” which ran for 18 years under the sponsorship of E. I. du Pont!

SEND US YOUR SUMMER PHOTOS
Want to share a favorite photo from a summer vacation or trip?            CRAFTER’S CORNER
If so the library would like to share them with their patrons.
Photos must be suitable for family viewing, submitted                             Yarn Workers
in a JPEG format, and sent via email to publicrelations@                       Sunday at 2:00 p.m.
apld.info. Please only one photo per person. Full name,                    June 26, July 31 & August 28
contact information, and identification of location should be     Yarn workers are invited to share their projects and
included in the email.                                           get tips on more advanced knitting techniques.
                                                                        Crochet enthusiasts are also welcomed.
     MOVIES @ YOUR LIBRARY!                                                  Wire Jewelry Making
                                                                               Mondays at 6:30 p.m.
           THURSDAY AT THE MOVIES                                                July 11 & August 8
                  Starting at 6:30 p.m.                                        Tuesdays at 2:00 p.m.
        June 2 - Life As We Know It - Rated PG 13                               July 19 & August 16
             July 7 - Burlesque - Rated PG 13                    Workshops on making earrings and bracelets will be
                                                                 the focus at these programs. Check online calendar for
            MONDAY CLASSIC MOVIES                                specific focus of each class. There is a $10 material fee
      At Noon June 27 - Grease - 1978 - Rated PG                 due at start of each class.
                 Starting at 2:00 p.m.
         June 27 - Grease II - 1982 - Rated PG
                                                                            To attend these programs
       July 25 - Princess Bride - 1987 - Rated PG
                                                                          please call or register online.
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     Antioch, Illinois 60002                                                                            ANTIOCH, IL
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       BOARD MEETINGS
 Last Tuesday of each month at 7:00 p.m.                                  CURRENT POSTAL
                 June 28                                                    CUSTOMER
                 July 26
                August 30

      The public is welcome to attend.

      LIBRARY CLOSURES
     Independence Day - July 3 & 4


          Library Director: Kathryne LaBuda. Board of Trustees: Ann Kakacek, Mary Kay McNeill, Betsy Houghton,
                            Kerry Astar, Thomas Hausman, Michael J. Mortensen and Gene LeFave
                           The Board of Trustees meets on the last Tuesday of the month at 7:00 p.m.
                       in the Board Room on the main level of the library. The public is invited to attend.


                                         Book Chat
                                         Meets at 7:00 p.m. on the second Monday of every month.
                                         Led by Amy Blue
                                         June 13 - Secret of Lost Things by Sheridan Hay
                                         July 11 - To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee
                                         August 8- Scout, Atticus and Boo by Mary McDonagh Murphy

Novel Pleasures
Meets at 10:00 a.m. on the third Tuesday of every month.
Led by Lenora Finley
June 21 - Farm City: the Education of an Urban Farmer by Novella Carpenter
July 19 - My Life in France by Julia Child with Alex Prud’home
August 16 - My Hollywood by Mona Simpson

          Persons wishing to participate in a book group discussion should contact the library to reserve a copy.

Writer’s Group
Meets at 7:00 p.m. on the third Tuesday of every month.
Area writers both beginning and more advanced are invited to participate in this monthly
meeting. Receive feedback and support as well as offer the same to others. Various topics
relating to writing are discussed. Feel free to bring ideas, and a friend to the meeting.
Updated meeting agendas and topics can be found at Meetup.com
                      Next meetings will be held on: June 21 - July 19 - August 16
 The library staff reserves the right to photograph and/or video tape patrons and program participants. Photos and videos
 are for library use and may be used in library publicity materials both internally and externally. Patrons who do not wish
 to be photographed should notify library staff. Taking of photos or video by anyone other than library staff is prohibited
 without prior consent by library administration.

				
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